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" The question, I would beg leave to submit, is simply this: How may this Government turn to the best advantage a state of things, which it cannot wholly interdict? "
The Three Colonies of Australia, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia ... - Página 103
de Samuel Sidney - 1852 - 425 páginas
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A History of New South Wales, from Its Settlement to the Close of ..., Volumen 1

Thomas Henry Braim - 1846
...a civil or military force. The question I would beg leave to submit is simply this:—How may this government turn to the best advantage a state of things which it cannot wholly interdict ?" It may be interesting to show, that the same view of the general question of squatting was taken at a later...
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A History of New South Wales, from Its Settlement to the Close of ..., Volumen 1

Thomas Henry Braim - 1846
...a civil or military force. The question I would beg leave to submit is simply this:—How may this government turn to the best advantage a state of things which it cannot wholly interdict ?" It may be interesting to show, that the same view of the general question of squatting was taken at a later...
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Early History of the Colony of Victoria: From Its Discovery to ..., Volumen 2

Francis Peter Labillière - 1878
...powerful against its restraint. question, I would beg leave to submit, is simply this. How may this Government turn to the best advantage a state of things...advantageous, however distant from other locations, to procure the means of diminishing the evils of dispersion ; and, by establishing Townships and Ports,...
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Port Phillip Settlement

James Bonwick - 1883 - 537 páginas
...is simply this : how may this Government turn to the best advantage of the colony a state of things it cannot wholly interdict ? It may, I would suggest,...advantageous, however distant from other locations, to procure the means of diminishing the evils of dispersion; and, by establishing townships and ports,...
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History of Australia, Volumen 2

George William Rusden - 1883
...convey cattle to Port Phillip and to invest capital there. The problem to be solved was, " How may this Government turn to the best advantage a state of things which it ^cannot wholly interdict ? " He suggested that it might be found practicable by sales of land in advantageous situations " to...
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Port Phillip Settlement

James Bonwick - 1883 - 537 páginas
...is simply this : how may this Government turn to the best advantage of the colony a state of things it cannot wholly interdict ? It may, I would suggest,...advantageous, however distant from other locations, to procure the means of diminishing the evils of. dispersion ; and, by establishing townships and ports,...
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